Sosh launches 2 new mobile plans just before Black Friday

[Le Deal du Jour] It’s Black Friday period in November. Sosh offers two new mobile plans without commitment in limited series: one with 70 GB for 14.99 euros per month and the other with 100 GB for 20.99 euros per month.

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Sosh is offering something new for its non-binding, price-free mobile plans that double after one year via two new limited series. These are available until December 14, 2020 at 9 a.m. and respectively propose 70 GB for 14.99 euros per month and 100 GB for 20.99 euros per month.

To better understand the offer

Sosh is headed by the historical operator in France. This quite simply allows users of the service to take advantage of Orange’s solid infrastructure through non-binding offers at a particularly attractive price, all the more so with a “no-price formula that doubles after one year”.

It is the number 1 mobile network in 2019 according to ARCEP and also the operator which covers the largest part of French territory. We recommend it without any hesitation.

  • What does the Sosh package at 14.99 euros per month include?

This limited edition package offers unlimited calls, SMS and MMS in mainland France, as well as 70 GB of 4G data, which can be used anywhere in France. Calls, SMS, MMS are also unlimited from and to Europe and the overseas departments, with a dedicated 10 GB envelope from these areas.

  • What does the Sosh package at 20.99 euros per month include?

The other limited series package from Sosh obviously offers unlimited calls, SMS and MMS in France, with the same conditions from Europe and the overseas departments. As for the 4G data envelope, it amounts to 100 GB within the French borders, which is ideal for food lovers of the streaming, and 15 GB beyond.

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